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    That Sleep of Death (Verse) by Henshaw Ward, p. 427 - PDF
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1908
    Sentence and Theme (1917) by C.H. Ward - READ
    Composition for the First Year of High School
    What Is English? (1917) by C.H. Ward - READ
    A Book of Strategy for English Teachers
    Educational Bolshevism by C.H. Ward, pp. 130-132 - PDF
    The Outlook, September 24, 1919
    Poking Fun at Grammar by C.H. Ward, pp. 228-233 - PDF
    Scribners, February 1922
    Evolution for Everybody (1925) by C.H. Ward - READ
    Evolution for John Doe (1925) by Henshaw Ward
    4 Reviews
    The Clover Leaf by Henshaw Ward, pp. 139-141
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1925
    Inventive Germ-Cells by Henshaw Ward, pp. 347-354
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1925
    The Ways of the Weevil by Henshaw Ward, pp. 747-754
     Some Reflections of a Materialism
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1925
    Thobbing (1926) by Henshaw Ward
    A Seat at the Circus of the Intellect
    2 Reviews
    The Candle of Astronomy by Henshaw Ward, pp. 375-380
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1926
    A Drop of Water by Henshaw Ward, pp. 644-649
    The Harpers Monthly, April 1926
    The Whirlpools of the Weather by Henshaw Ward, pp. 730-737
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1926
    When I Raise My Arm by Henshaw Ward, pp. 376-381
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1926
    Charles Darwin: The Man and His Warfare (1927) by Henshaw Ward
    1 Review
    Exploring the Universe (1927) by Henshaw Ward
    The Incredible Discoveries of Recent Science
    1 Review
    Decoding the Rocks by Henshaw Ward, pp. 383-390
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1927
    [+] The Nature of the Physical World (Review) by Henshaw Ward, p. 146
     The Nature of the Physical World, by Sir Arthur S. Eddington

    1. The Nature of the Physical World by Sir Arthur S. Eddington
    The New Republic, March 20, 1929
    The Disappearance of God by Henshaw Ward, pp. 679-683 - PDF
    Scribners, June 1930
    Builders of Delusion (1931) by C. Henshaw Ward
    A Tour Among Our Best Minds
    1 Review
    Seven Devils of Science by Henshaw Ward, pp. 710-711 - PDF
    The Saturday Review, April 4, 1931
    [+] Mental Emergence (Review) by Henshaw Ward, pp. 487-488 - PDF
     The Emergence of Man, by Gerald Heard

    1. The Emergence of Man by Gerald Heard
    The Saturday Review, January 30, 1932
    [+] Mass-Man (Review) by Henshaw Ward, p. 188 - PDF
     The Revolt of the Masses, by Jose Ortega y Gasset

    1. The Revolt of the Masses by Jose Ortega y Gasset
    The Saturday Review, October 22, 1932
    Science Has Not Gone Mystical by Henshaw Ward, pp. 186-194
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1933
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